The place offers a very high standard of dining experience for all those who love luxury experience with good food, this is a place for you. Mulberry Garden remains open only three days a week to maintain such high standard of dining experience.
The perfect choice for the contemporary Irish cuisine with a hint of regional produce. Some of the popular dishes include hare royale served in Irish and Scandinavian tradition. Mickael Viljanen who was the former head of the County Clare now serves some exotic Nordic style dishes at the Greenhouse.
This place has been bagging awards years after year since the launch of its restaurant and wine bar in 2014. Loam has a daily changing menu which makes it even exciting for the foodies who want to try out their delicious preparation. Some of the popular dishes include monkfish liver and peas, woodruff and yoghurt. This place will definitely get all your love and it an absolute visit.
If you are lucky enough to drop to this place, don’t forget to try out the fish fingers with buttermilk and panko crumb. There is also a sumptuous list of finger licking desert that can leave you flabbergasted. A totally must visit place to try out some out if the box dining options.
A perfect amalgamation of rich hospitality and modern Irish cooking. Chapter One also reflects some of the best work of modern artisans. What better place to have a perfect day out with good food and perfect showcase of arts.
Started in 1860, this place might not catch your attention for the first time however the warm and cosy ambience is simply breathtaking. Wild Honey has a traditional feel to it with comfy rooms and two weekly changing menu the place is really comfortable and feels home like with rich aura.
Dark, Edgy and Industrial, this is what he locals thing about the ambience of Ichigo. This unique style restaurant has a japanese feel to it with a hit of modern touches. The best thing is if you get lucky you can also grab a special ceat behind chef and learn Sushi’s preparation.
While our list of restaurants can have no end because clearly Ireland has got so much to do. Be it food or places, you can never get out of choices.